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Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy


Published 2005
Topics goethe, theater, HDTV


In this recording (in German) the ensemble of the Odyssee Theater are playing "Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Note: This is a high definition recording in 720p (1280 x 720) resolution and encoded with the XviD (MPEG4) Codec. We recommended VLC Media Player for playback.


Run time 214 min
Producer Wolfgang Peter
Production Company Odyssee Theater / Esselbach Internet Solutions
Sponsor Esselbach Internet Solutions
Audio/Visual mono, color
Language German
Contact Information Esselbach Internet Solutions - http://www.esselbach.com/page4.html, Odyssee Theater - http://www.odysseetheater.com

Credits

The Lord
Johann Potakowskyj

Gabriel
Gerda Kohmaier

Raphael
Margherita Ehart

Michael
Theresa Unger

Faust
Wolfgang Peter

Earth Spirit
Johann Potakowskyj

Wagner
Ernst Horvath

Mephistopheles
Elisabeth Meixner

Villagers at the easter celebrations
J. Potakowskyj, V. Kerschbaum, Margherita Ehart, Beytur Borovali, Poldi Lembcke

Student
Leif-Börge Struck

Revellers in the Auerbach's cellar
J. Potakowskyj, Thomas Schürer-Waldheim, V. Kerschbaum, Maria Hudec

Witch
Eva Peter-Culik

Cats
Theresa Unger, Ernst Horvath, Gerda Kohmaier

Margarete
Margherita Ehart

Marthe
Veronika Kerschbaum

Lieschen
Tamara Lobenschuß

Valentin
Thomas Schürer-Waldheim

Evil Spirit
Johann Potakowskyj

Villagers, Spirits, Angels, Witches
Eva Peter-Culik, Tamara Lobenschuß, Inge Lobenschuß, Beytur Borovali, Theresa Unger, Thomas Schürer-Waldheim, Ernst Horvath, Poldi Lembcke

Effects
Josef Unger, Kurt Schweiger

Video editing
Philipp Esselbach

Director
Wolfgang Peter

Hardware
Sony HDR-FX1E Digital HD Camcorder
Apple PowerMac G5 with Final Cut Express HD

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Reviews

Reviewer: Bird111 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 2, 2007
Subject: Faust
Faust is a wonderfull masterpiece of Goethe and also Chritofer Marlow. Faust represents the emotions of not only Faust but also many people.
Reviewer: devilsadvocate - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 13, 2006
Subject: Fasinating
These films are so much more imaginative than anything coming out today. I just wish I knew more languages. But still, great to watch
Reviewer: satty - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 10, 2006
Subject: Torrent available
Just have a look here:

http://hdtv.esselbach.at/torrents/faust1/
Reviewer: pyreus - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 5, 2006
Subject: Torrent available?
I havenôt seen the movies jet - iôm just downloading. But i would prefer, that archive.org makes big files like that available as torrent. What do YOU think about that proposal?
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